Welcome to Hernando Physical Education weebly web page. This page will help keep our school, students, and parents informed of activities and events hosted by our PE department throughout the 2014-2015 school year.
PE Link to Parent Welcome Letter.
Welcome back to another great year of fitness, fun, and learning through physical education. Please use this website to gather information about skills, drills, and workouts performed in our PE classs. Every child will gain the knowledge and confidence to increase movement and develop fitness to their highest levels. Our students will work hard every day. Make sure they are prepared for each lesson by dressing properly and reinforcing the notion that health and wellness are important topics in their lives!
Hernando Elementary School Physical Education 2014-2015 Yearly Plan
August 6th-8th – Rules, procedures, and playground safety August 11th-29th – Locomotion, non-locomotion, pathways, and tag games (Punt, Pass, and Kick in school competition) (swim program August 18th-20; 25th-28th; October 20th-22nd)
September 2nd-19th – Cooperative activities; small/large group games, hula hoop, bean bag, and invasion games (grades 2-5); parachute activities (grades K-1) SPORTS CAMP I (September 8th-October 3rd Football/Bowling) September 22nd-October 10th- Circus Arts (in multi-purpose room)
October 13th-31st-Foot Skills
November 3rd-21st- Dance Unit (begin Trail Walk/Fitness Equipment)
December 1st-19th– Gymnastics/Animal Walks SPORTS CAMP II (December 8th-19th gymnastics)
January 5th- Skills (Begin Hernando Travels the Nation running program) SPORTS CAMP III (January 12th-February 6th Basketball and Lacrosse)
February 9th-27th Bike Unit/Road Safety SPORTS CAMP IV (February 16th-27thTrail/Mountain Biking)
March 2nd-20th Jump Rope and Healthy Heart Stations (Circulatory system and heart rate stations)
March 30th-April 17th – International Games/Sports Unit (cricket, bocce, curling, city street games, tag/group games) April 20th-May 8th-Disc Golf
May 11th-15th; 18th-22nd Throwing and Catching
Please take note of our PE requirements for all students. Every student must wear sneakers (that cover their feet) and loose fitting clothing for each PE class. Additionally, we recommend that all students bring a water bottle (please place their name on their bottle) for class. If a student has an injury or sickness that prevents them from participating (they will have a written assignment for the older grades) in our PE lessons and units please provide a note from the parent/guardian stipulating what they can and cannot do. These notes are good for two days after which a doctor's note must be provided.